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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by CarnivorousChick » Sat Nov 10, 2018 1:15 pm

camsdad66 wrote:A few photos taken few minutes ago. Photos are in order....(Leuco x Flava), Readii (Leuco x Rubra), Alata, (Flava x Purpurea) ImageImageImageImage

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I'm interested in buying something. If I could get more pics that would be great. The one that was almost all reddish/pinkish/maroon was just beautiful. What cultivar is that one?( It wasn't on this post in quoting... a couple before.) It reminds me of my 'Night Sky' just not as dark.

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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by CarnivorousChick » Sat Nov 10, 2018 1:17 pm

camsdad66 wrote:Decided to post a few photos from this season just to give anyone interested a rough idea what I have multiples of. This is not everything, of course! ImageImageImageImage

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The last one pictured is beautiful. That's the one I'm talking about.

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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by camsdad66 » Sat Nov 10, 2018 3:48 pm

Hi CarnivorousChick,
That is a S. "Dana's Delight". I can spare a small or medium plant, don't have too many of those. PM me please and we can discuss.
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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by CarnivorousChick » Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:07 pm

camsdad66 wrote:Hi CarnivorousChick,
That is a S. "Dana's Delight". I can spare a small or medium plant, don't have too many of those. PM me please and we can discuss.
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Thank you very much. Very beautiful plant!

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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by camsdad66 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 9:28 pm

Hi everyone!
So I had gotten some plants ready for a few people, but had some back out for one reason or another (which is ok). Now I have a few Sarracenia bagged up and ready to go to a new home! If anyone is interested hit me up. I would rather sell these than have to repot them. Also, if someone wants all of what is pictured, I will make you a special bundle deal!! Also have a few more stragglers that are available. Please respond asap, as I don't want to leave these guys bagged up too long.
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Re: Thinking about thinning my Sarr. collection, aka plants

by camsdad66 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:43 pm

Still have a few S. x 'readii' available, and one S. alata (might be a multiple growth point). These guys need new homes! If I don't have any takers by the end of this weekend, gonna pot them back up. Will let them go for cheap! Make me an offer!! $8.00 shipping to lower 48 US, unless they won't fit in a small flat rate box, then it would probably jump up to the next size $14.00.
If someone wants to buy the whole lot that I have left I'll let them go for $45 + shipping.
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